Just over the Nevada state border, one lottery ticket buyer is $1 million richer.
From covering prep badminton for the suburban Chicago Daily Herald to Big Ten sports at the University of Illinois, from rodeos in Yuma, Arizona, to the unique police and court files in the Las Vegas Valley for KSNV-TV, Tony joined the Review-Journal newsroom as a copy editor in December 2017. He moved to the RJ's digital desk in February 2019. He misses Chicago family, friends and sports, but not so much the winters.
Paul Klein, the owner of 702 Motoring, allowed the Review-Journal permission to use his video of the crash.
Would you like to use your skills of knowledge and gambling on a television show similar to one noted Las Vegas resident? The Game Show Network wants to give you a chance.
With the help of a music therapist, a man facing life’s final stanza has been able to achieve one of his wishes — to attend his adopted granddaughter’s graduation from UNLV.
The security guard reportedly shoved by Ezekiel Elliott at the Electric Daisy Carnival on May 18 is awaiting a mea culpa from the Dallas Cowboys running back.
Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot is $325 million, while Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot is now $444 million.
If you would like to experience the pool at Las Vegas Ballpark this season, you will have to phone a friend. Don’t call the Aviators ticket office because rentals are fully booked for the season.
It’s the second six-figure hit in three days for a Wheel of Fortune machine in Las Vegas.
An early morning slots player on the Las Vegas Strip will have more funds available over the holiday weekend.
The incident was reported around 4:10 p.m. in the southbound lanes of Las Vegas Blvd. South underneath U.S. Highway 95.
If you think you have been receiving more calls on your cellphone from numbers you don’t know, you are not alone.
Longtime Las Vegas headliner and pianist Liberace started life a century ago in more humble surroundings.
A man is in custody more than a year after investigators say he glued two vouchers together to place a fraudulent wager at a Las Vegas casino.
Chick-fil-A fans will soon have two more spots to get their cravings satisfied Monday through Saturday.